Citi in Romania
Citi is one of the most important financial institutions in the world,
with a tradition of over 200 years, with 200 million customers in 160
countries around the world.
Citi's origins date back to 1812, when the financial institution was
established as the bank of New York City. Flexible and
solution-oriented, constantly investing in innovative ideas, Citibank
became in 1894 the largest bank in the United States, so that, in 1902,
it already had branches in Asia.
Later, in 1930, it achieved the performance of being the largest
international bank, with 100 branches outside the United States, in no
less than 23 countries. In 1976, the name was changed to Citibank. The
year 1985 marks the bank's penetration of the Central and Eastern
European market, with the first branch inaugurated in Hungary. Today,
the bank is present in most important countries in this area.
Citi has been present in Romania since 1996 and provides top financial
products and services to local and multinational companies, small and
medium enterprises, financial institutions, the public sector and
non-profit organizations. Leveraging Citi's experience and global
network, we offer our institutional clients simple, innovative and
responsible financial solutions.
Citibank Europe plc, Dublin - Romania branch , CIFRO24882493, CUI
24882493, Trade Register J40 / 21058 / 17.12.2008, Register of Credit
Institutions: RB-PJS-40-065 / 22.12.2008; CNVM Register: PJM01SICM /
400004, Bank Code / SWIFT: CITI / CITIROBU. Citi and Arc Design are
registered trademarks of Citicorp.
Citibank Europe plc
Directors: Breffni Byrne (Ireland), Desmond Crowley (Ireland), Susan H.
Dean (UK), Patrick Dewilde (Belgium), John A. Gollan (UK), Ebru Pakcan
(Turkey), Cecilia Ronan (Ireland) , Jeanne E. Short (UK), Zdenek Turek
(Czech Republic). Company Secretary: Fiona Mahon.
Registration Number Ireland: Registration Number 132781. Registered
Office: 1 North Wall Quay, Dublin 1.
Ultimately owned by Citigroup Inc., New York, USA
Citibank Europe plc is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.